Home Room Furniture Arrangement Tipsby Coley Home coleyhome
One of the funnest tasks in home decor is how to position (or reposition) furniture. Ungrateful placement can affect your comfort, space and functionality. However, with small adjustments it is possible to completely change the environment!
Follow these tips and change the feel of your living room:
- First consider the size and characteristics of the space. For example, if the room has doors and in which direction they open.
- Define what kind of environment you want, whether intimate or something broader. Also think about the use of the room: is it a place for family or guests to socialize? Will it be a room for watching television?
- Start to decide the arrangement of furniture in the room with the largest custom upholstered furniture.
- Consider circulation as the most important aspect. This is true for both the access issue and the air circulation.
- Ensure a free space of 90 cm between furniture and passageways. For small apartments, the tip is that these spaces are not less than 80 cm, always considering the opening of doors and drawers.
- Make sure that there is no furniture blocking the entrances to the room. This goes for that sofa placed with its back to the entrance to the house, as it becomes an uninviting physical and visual barrier.
- Position your furniture so that you have the best view, either from the window or from the electronics.
- Pay attention to the proportion between the TV set and the size of the room. The right size of the television provides more comfort and creates a more harmonious look.
Small rooms can be a challenge to distribute furniture. One of the best options is to use them against the wall. Transparent furniture and fittings are indicated.
If this is your case, the tip is to create small sub-environments that match each other and can be integrated if there are many guests.
In rooms that make up an integrated space containing a living room furniture, dining room and kitchen, it is interesting to use the sofa to divide rooms. This allows you to have “separate rooms” without the need for walls.
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